Survey: Nearly Half of White, Working Class Americans Say They ‘Feel Like a Stranger in Their Own Country’

Survey: Nearly Half of White, Working Class Americans Say They ‘Feel Like a Stranger in Their Own Country’

This identity politics has run itself out.

Do we really need a poll to tell us that Caucasians who attend Progressive universities feel worse about themselves than Caucasians who do not attend these indoctrination centers?

Four years of brainwashing, being pummeled to the ground because of one’s skin color and force-fed social justice propaganda is bound to make one feel as if one is an outsider.  Even worse is that parents pay for their children to suffer such abuse.

Breitbart by Katie McHugh

A poll released the Public Religion Research Institute and the Atlantic on Tuesday examining sentiments held by white, working class adults found that almost half surveyed felt that they had become “strangers” in their own country.

Overall, 51 percent of Americans think American culture has not changed for the worse since the 1950s, while 48 percent believe it has. Among the white, working class, 65 percent think it has changed for the worse, while 34 think it has gotten better. “Family values in general have gone to complete shit since the 1950s, [is] the best way to put it,” one female respondent said.

The poll reveals a deep divide between working-class, white Americans who did not go to college and white Americans who did.

For many white working-class Americans, the pace of cultural change has left them wondering about whether and where they fit in American society. Nearly half (48 percent) of white working-class Americans say, “things have changed so much that I often feel like a stranger in my own country.” Slightly more than half (51 percent) of white working-class Americans disagree. In contrast, only about one-quarter (26 percent) of white college-educated Americans report they often feel like a stranger, while nearly three-quarters (74 percent) reject the notion[…]

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